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    Now thats a real good boy isn't it?
    That Dodge came with cracked bone scales today, so I spent my evening on it.
    The spacer is horn/bone/horn.
    Opens buttery soft on three washers each side and closes centered.
    Just the pins caused me problems as always.
    Hope you like it.
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    Are you trying to kill me here! Beautiful!!

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    Thank you!

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    I love stag!

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    do you do custom scale work for others???

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    Love those stag horn scales. Its a beauty.

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    The handle match very good to this blade. Schön

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    Thank you!

    erictski, this is only razor number five.
    Maybe later when I'm more experienced I'll also do it for others.
    For now I do it on some eBay findings that need new scales.
    When I run into problems they remain in my drawer, LOL

    Buddel thank you. Those scales need quite a blade.
    Had a look yesterday with some others as well but it looked stupid.

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    WOW,That looks great.Nice work.May I ask where you found the stag antler long enough to do the job?All I can seem to find is 5" pieces.Thanks.

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    Those are pre made, Alan.
    I've got like 20 pairs or more.
    I have some pieces of antler here that are long enough but not the right tools to cut scales from them.

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